The incredible AirStick™ microsuction tape used on the MOS is now available for you to use anywhere. AirStick tape bonds to any smooth, flat, clean surface without leaving any kind of sticky residue.
No Sticky Residue
The surface of the tape has thousands of microscopic air pockets that create partial vacuums between the tape and the target surface. It isn’t pressure sensitive and leaves no residue behind. It can also be used repeatedly without losing its holding power.
If your tape loses some of its bonding power, simply wipe it with a damp cloth to remove the dust and it will work as good as new.
To remove an object from AirStick tape, you simply pull or twist the object to break the vacuum bond.
Once in place a 4” x 1” piece of AirStick™ tape can hold a 1 pound piece of steel.
The reverse side of the tape is covered in an acrylic adhesive for a more permanent bond with your base surface. You can apply the adhesive to a phone dock, a desk, dashboard, or anywhere else where you need a little extra holding power.
250mm x 300mm (9.8" x 11.8')
250mm x 300mm (9.8" x 11.8")
1020mm x 30m
1020mm x 20m
Here is a video of us having fun with AirStick™ Microsuction Tape
WARNING: DO NOT try this at home.
I have been looking for a sheet of material to hold standard paper…I like to have a littler board I can flip around on my drafting table when I hand-draw historic millwork, instead of taping it down in one position. Your Air-Stick 9”x12” sheets are perfect for this. Holds securely, but not so aggressive it wrecks the paper. Great product, one I’ve been seeking for literally years.
I stick the adhesive side on the inside of a leather check wallet and attach my phone to the air suction side. When some of the air suction gets dirty and it loses the suction, you can rinse it off with water to make it have suction again. It works well on any shinney smooth surface.
It just didn’t stick to anything. It couldn’t be used for any of the uses shown in the photos.
Yes, I removed the protective film first. It barely sticks to anything. It certainly wouldn't hold a cup of pens on the wall.
We're sorry to hear your AirStick isn't sticking! There is a protective film on the AirStick. Were you able to remove that? And was it still not sticking?
Talk about sticking power! I’m using this to hold a pen jar down to my hand-finished desk. It stays handily! But a firm twist+pull will undo the grip and leaves the finish on my desk unmarred!
I used this to make some stickers in a board game reusable. Worked like a dream. Very cool.